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Jan. 5, 2011
1.5 hours on this today, still rolling
January 5th, 2011 #18Registered User
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Post 10 is really cool to look at. Keep it up.
But the bird thing: I do not like it. Its stance/pose is unnatural. It would lose its balance and fall down straight to the ground.
Try it again, with a weight line to figure out a cool pose that is working.
My sketchbook - take a look how my brain works http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=203795
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Jan. 7, 2011
I will not lie... Inspired by Sparth
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January 10th, 2011 #23
Here is the background for a more time-intense / focused painting, creature will be the subject over this background, so this is just step 1
maybe 2 hours so far...
January 10th, 2011 #24
Jan 10, 2011
took a few pieces of old art that never got off the ground (upper right planet and space background) created some new elements (everything else) and came up with something new...
January 10th, 2011 #25
Cool sketchbook, i dig your ideas and your finished products. your rough sketches have a lot of life in them, but be careful when placing your final lines so you can better preserve that feeling. Also, those life drawings in your first post are great, do more like that and y'll be going places fast.
keep it up!
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January 10th, 2011 #26
Thanks Austen, those life drawings at the beginning were from a class I had, and they were only a few out of hundreds I did in that class. I have another class similar starting in spring so I should have a lot more like that in the months to come. If I get around to it I'll post more of the ones I already did.
Thanks again for the kind words, and yeah I had a professor tell me the same thing about my lines and being careful not to kill emotion in my drawings, good eye sir!